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Micah Stephen Williams is a Actor American born on 16 february 1991 at Long Beach (USA)

Micah Stephen Williams

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Birth name Micah Stephen Williams
Nationality USA
Birth 16 february 1991 (33 years) at Long Beach (USA)

Micah Stephen Williams is an entertainer out of Long Beach. He is perhaps best known for his recurring role as Emmett on the Disney Channel sitcom Good Luck Charlie.

Williams began his acting career having a small guest role in the series The Pretender. He went on to guest star in other television series including Grounded for Life, Lizzie McGuire, Joan of Arcadia, In Justice, Just For Kicks and The Office. He had a small role in the 2003 film Bruce Almighty, he also co-starred in the films Like Mike 2: Streetball and Jump In!.

In 2006, he received a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries or Special (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young Actor in the television film The Ron Clark Story.

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Tom Shadyac
Tom Shadyac
(1 films)
Steve Koren
Steve Koren
(1 films)
Jim Carrey
Jim Carrey
(1 films)
Marc Bonilla
Marc Bonilla
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Micah Stephen Williams (4 films)

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Jump In!
Jump In! (2007)
, 1h25
Directed by Paul Hoen
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Sports films, Children's films
Actors Corbin Bleu, Keke Palmer, David Reivers, Laivan Greene, Shanica Knowles, Mazin Elsadig
Roles L'il Earl Jackson, a boxer at the gym and one of Izzy's best friends. He has a joking personality.
Rating54% 2.721642.721642.721642.721642.72164
Seventeen-year-old Isadore "Izzy" Daniels (Corbin Bleu) is a star boxer in Brooklyn. His father Kenneth, a golden glove champion and widower, coaches him and encourages him to do his best, while his sassy eight-year-old sister, Karin, is much more interested in Double Dutch. Mary Thomas (Keke Palmer) is a teenage girl and competitive Double Dutch player, part of a team called the Joy Jumpers, who lives next door to Izzy; the two have a complicated relationship, always arguing when they see each other, but Mary's teammates and Karin know that they have crushes on each other. Izzy's boxing skills are great enough that he stands only one exhibition match away from going to the Golden Gloves; his opponent is Rodney, the only other undefeated boxer in the gym. Mary and the Joy Jumpers, meanwhile, are training for the regional championships, in order to make it on to the city finals.
Like Mike 2: Streetball, 1h31
Directed by David Nelson
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Fantasy
Themes Sports films, Basketball films, Children's films
Actors Jascha Washington, Kel Mitchell, Michael Beach, Brett Kelly, Moneca Delain, Micah Stephen Williams
Rating41% 2.0788252.0788252.0788252.0788252.078825
Jerome and his friends are very adept at streetball, but are no match for the older boys in their neighborhood. When the friends realize a streetball team called Game On is coming to town to look for talent, they practice extremely hard.
The Ron Clark Story, 1h36
Directed by Randa Haines
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Films about education
Actors Matthew Perry, Ernie Hudson, Brandon Mychal Smith, Hannah Hodson Rose, Micah Stephen Williams, Melissa De Sousa
Roles Julio
Rating74% 3.74843.74843.74843.74843.7484
The Ron Clark Story follows the inspiring tale of an energetic, creative and idealistic young teacher who leaves his small North Carolina hometown to teach in a New York City public school. Through his passionate use of special rules for his classroom, highly innovative teaching techniques and an undying devotion to his students and helping them cope with their problems, Clark is able to make a remarkable difference in the lives of his students. For one young girl trying to attend school while helping to raise her 3 children, he offers a chance for her to overcome her situation and become the top student of the class. For a young man with a penchant for graffiti, he offers an ideal outlet for artistic expression. Even when he is almost overcome by pneumonia, Clark continues to work with his students, hoping that he can raise their test scores to an acceptable level, or possibly even higher.
Bruce Almighty, 1h41
Directed by Tom Shadyac
Origin USA
Genres Fantastic, Comedy, Fantasy
Themes Films about religion, Films about television
Actors Morgan Freeman, Jim Carrey, Jennifer Aniston, Philip Baker Hall, Lisa Ann Walter, Catherine Bell
Roles boy on bike
Rating67% 3.3989453.3989453.3989453.3989453.398945
Bruce Nolan (Jim Carrey) is a television field reporter for Eyewitness News at WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York, but desires to be the news anchorman. He is in a healthy relationship with his girlfriend Grace Connelly (Jennifer Aniston), but also has a mild crush on his co-worker, Susan Ortega (Catherine Bell), who barely seems to notice him. Bruce however continues to suffer unfortunate events and it reaches his breaking point when he is passed over for promotion by his rival, Evan Baxter (Steve Carell), who then steals dialogue from Bruce's segment in accepting the promotion on-air. Bruce becomes furious and aggressively and profanely criticizes the station during his first live report, leading to his dismissal from the station. Following a series of other misfortunes, Bruce complains that God (Morgan Freeman) is "the one that should be fired." Bruce later receives a message on his pager, directing him to an empty warehouse where he meets God, who offers to give Bruce His powers to prove that He is doing the job correctly. God tells Bruce that there are rules to the job he must follow, albeit only two: firstly, Bruce cannot tell anyone else that he has God's powers; and secondly, Bruce cannot use the powers to alter or interfere with free will. Bruce ignores God and is initially jubilant with the powers, using them for personal gain, such as training his dog to use the toilet, chasing away thugs by spewing out a swarm of hornets, and sexually impressing Grace. Bruce also finds ways of using the powers to cause miraculous events to occur at otherwise mundane events that he covers, such as discovering Jimmy Hoffa's body or causing a meteor to harmlessly land near a cook-off, earning him his job back. Bruce then uses his powers to cause Evan to make a fool out of himself on-air, causing Evan to be fired in favor of Bruce as the new anchor. After taking Grace to a fancy dinner and telling her he made anchor (angering her, as she thought he was going to propose), Bruce begins to hear voices in his head. He re-encounters God, who confronts Bruce on using his powers for personal gain and not helping people. He also explains that the voices are prayers to God that Bruce must deal with. Bruce creates a computerized email-like system to receive the prayers and respond, but finds that the influx is far too great for him to handle-- even though God had stated that Bruce is only receiving prayers from the Buffalo area-- and sets the program to automatically answer Yes to every prayer. Bruce attends a party celebrating his promotion. When Grace arrives, she finds Bruce being seduced and kissed by Susan and storms out. Bruce follows Grace, but she is heartbroken and will not listen to him. He tries to use his powers to convince Grace to stay but cannot influence her free will. As Bruce looks around, he realizes that the city has fallen into chaos due to his actions. Bruce returns to God, who explains that despite how chaotic things seem, there is always a way to make things right, and that Bruce must figure out a way to solve it himself. Bruce then begins to solve his problems in life practically, such as helping a man whose car broke down across the street, training his dog normally and allowing Evan to have his job back. Bruce returns to his computer system and goes about answering prayers as best he can. As he reads through them, he finds a prayer from Grace, wishing for Bruce's success and well-being. As he reads it, another prayer from Grace arrives, this one wishing not to be in love with Bruce anymore. Bruce is stunned and walks alone on a highway, asking God to take back His powers and letting his fate be in His hands. Bruce is suddenly struck by a truck and regains consciousness in a white void. God appears and asks Bruce what he really wants; Bruce admits that he only wants to make sure Grace finds a man that would make her happy. God agrees and Bruce finds himself in the hospital, shortly after being revived-- near miraculously-- by the doctors. Grace arrives and the two rekindle their relationship, with Bruce and Grace later becoming engaged. After his recovery, Bruce returns to his field reporting but takes more pleasure in the simple stories. Bruce and Grace announce their engagement on live TV. The film ends with the beggar Bruce previously ran into on various occasions finally revealing himself to be God.